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2010 Ford Edge Trims

Limited

Avg. Price: $20,341

The 2010 Ford Edge Limited midsize crossover trim features the five-passenger seating, four doors, and 69 cubic feet of cargo space (with the rear seats folded) common to the Edge trim lineup. Additionally, this upper-midlevel trim offers such standard features as leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control, ambient lighting, a universal garage door opener, SYNC/Bluetooth communications technology, and driver’s seat memory. Options are almost identical to those of the SEL trim level, but the Limited adds available 20-inch chrome-clad wheels and upgraded leather trim.

As the only engine and transmission combination available for the Edge trims, a 3.5-liter variable-valve-timed (VVT) V6 and its accompanying six-speed automatic drive the 2010 Edge Limited with 265 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. Hauling capacity is some 3,500 pounds with the available towing package, and fuel economy works out to 18/25 mpg.

Limited AWD

Avg. Price: $21,702

Feature-wise, the 2010 Ford Edge Limited AWD tops its pricier Sport AWD sibling. This upper-midlevel five-passenger, four-door crossover offers all the same standard and optional goodies, both inside and out, as the Limited rear-wheel-drive trim, while adding full-time all-wheel-drive (AWD) traction to the mix. Standard safety features, over and above the AWD, include the four-wheel ABS, AdvanceTrac stability and traction control, dual front side-mounted airbags, and front and rear head airbags common to the whole Edge trim lineup. Additionally, standard rear parking sensors are featured with the Limited trims.

Packing a 265-hp, 250-lb-ft/torque 3.5-liter VVT V6 engine, and managed by a standard (and only) six-speed automatic transmission, the 2010 Edge Limited AWD, when properly equipped, tows 3,500 pounds to the tune of 17/23 mpg.

SE

Avg. Price: $16,310

As the base trim for the Edge crossover SUV lineup, the rear-wheel-drive-only 2010 Ford Edge SE carries fewer standard appearance, comfort, and convenience features and options than do its upper-echelon brethren. Five-passenger seating, front bucket seats, 17-inch painted-alloy wheels, and power windows, door locks, and mirrors are among the standard features of the SE, as are a tilting, telescoping steering wheel, air conditioning, cruise control, and a single-CD player with four speakers. Options run the gamut from SYNC/Bluetooth communications technology to a roof rack to daytime running lights to a Convenience Package with reverse parking sensors and auto on/off headlights to Sirius/XM satellite radio, while standard safety features include four-wheel disc ABS, traction and stability control (AdvanceTrac System), front side-mounted airbags, front and rear head airbags, and a post-collision safety system.

Packing the only engine and transmission combo available to the lineup, a 265-hp, 250-lb-ft/torque 3.5-liter variable-valve-timed (VVT) V6 and six-speed automatic, the 2010 Ford Edge SE can tow up to 3,500 pounds. The 3.5-liter V6 is rated at 18/25 mpg by the EPA. The 2010 Edge SE is the only trim in the lineup not available with all-wheel drive.

SE AWD Fleet

Avg. Price: $16,862

SEL

Avg. Price: $18,302

Up a notch from the Edge SE is the lower-midlevel four-door, five-passenger, rear-wheel-drive 2010 Ford Edge SEL crossover. In addition to push-button fold-flat seats, this trim adds 18-inch alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, a 6-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, front and overhead storage consoles, and a 6-CD changer with Sirius/XM satellite radio to the standard-features mix. Extra options for the SEL include voice-activated DVD navigation, rear-seat DVD entertainment, a power-operated Vista Roof, and a Class II Trailer Prep Package.

The 2010 Edge SEL comes equipped with the 3.5-liter VVT V6 and six-speed automatic transmission that power the entire lineup. This combo is good for 265 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque, and is rated by the EPA at 18/25 mpg. The 3.5-liter V6 will tow some 3,500 pounds when properly equipped.

SEL AWD

Avg. Price: $19,203

Laugh at winter weather with the 2010 Ford Edge SEL AWD. Full-time all-wheel drive (AWD), in combination with Ford’s AdvanceTrac stability control system, allows this five-passenger crossover to effectively maintain traction in virtually any road conditions. Otherwise, standard equipment and options mirror its rear-wheel-drive counterpart's.

The sole engine offering for all Ford’s Edge trims, a 265-hp, 250-lb-ft/torque 3.5-liter VVT V6, along with the standard six-speed automatic transmission, gives the 2010 Edge SEL AWD 3,500 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped. The EPA rates the SEL AWD at 17/23 mpg.

Sport

Avg. Price: $23,332

Touted as the top-shelf trim of the Edge lineup, the rear-wheel-drive, four-door, five-passenger 2010 Ford Edge Sport midsize crossover SUV features standard 20-inch alloy wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, and Alcantara leather seat inserts as its main claim to fame, with 22-inch polished aluminum wheels offered as an available option. Otherwise, the Sport trim level carries most of the same standard appearance, comfort, and convenience equipment as does its Limited sibling, including heated front seats and a power liftgate. The Sport, however, does not offer the trailer towing package available to the other trim levels.

The 2010 Edge Sport, in common with all the other Edge trims, packs a 3.5-liter variable-valve-timed (VVT) V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission capable of 265 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. The 3.5-liter V6 is rated by the EPA at 18/25 mpg.

Sport AWD

Avg. Price: $23,738

Not only does the 2010 Ford Edge Sport AWD offer all the standard and optional bells and whistles of its rear-wheel-drive brother, but full-time all-wheel drive (AWD), as well. Upsized 20-inch wheels and Alcantara leather seating inserts, not to mention available 22-inch chrome-clad wheels are among the appearance features of this four-door, five-passenger midsize crossover SUV.

In common with the entire Edge lineup, a single powertrain, a 265-hp, 250-lb-ft/torque 3.5-liter VVT V6 and six-speed automatic, is offered for the 2010 Edge Sport AWD. This combo boasts 17/23 mpg using regular unleaded gasoline.